Levi Hummon made his imprint on the Nashville community before he realized the extent of his craft. Born and raised in Music City, Levi was surrounded by music greats; however, it was his keen eye for visual arts that the budding entertainer decided to pursue.… More: bio, audio, video, and links
Previous Years' Artists
Scooter is the mystery man-songwriter in an age of over-exposed everything, Pictures? What freaking page of Google snapshots since birth? Below is Scooter’s bio “picture” at his Nashville Publisher, Carnival music (where Scoter had a recent #1 hit for Brett Eldridge, “Mean To Me.”):… More: bio, audio, video, and links
Amanda Colleen Williams is a Cosmopolitan Country performing songwriter based in Nashville, TN, and is co-writer with Garth Brooks on “She’s Tired of Boys,” the second track on his latest platinum selling album Man Against Machine.
Through her World Music Project, she travels teaching songwriting as a healthy form of self expression to kids in k-12 rural public schools, and especially to kids in state custody or aging out of the foster care system.
James Slater is a Grammy-nominated, piano-playing, bilingual singer-songwriter of Bolivian American descent. Born in Durham, North Carolina to a mandolin loving psychiatrist and a Spanish speaking mother, he was raised in the tropics of the Panama Canal Zone in Central America.… More: bio, audio, video, and links
Jimmy Robbins (born September 3, 1989 in Raleigh, North Carolina) is an American singer-songwriter and producer. In October 2007, Jimmy signed to Universal Motown Records. He began work on a full-length album and toured the country between 2007-2009. During the summer of 2009, Jimmy toured on Radio Disney’s dTour before joining Mitchel Musso’s tour along with KSM.… More: bio, audio, video, and links
Award-winning songwriter and country-folk artist, Alan Rhody released his ninth solo album, “Led by Love” in 2012. In a career that now spans forty years, the Louisville, Kentucky native, known for his easy-going but engaging stage presence, has written hits that are compassionate, imaginative stories (“I’ll Be True To You” Oak Ridge Boys, “Somebody To Care” Tanya Tucker), as well as all-out charges into alt-country and blues-based tunes (“Wild-Eyed Dream” Ricky Van Shelton, “Trainwreck Of Emotion” Lorrie Morgan).… More: bio, audio, video, and links
Ralph Murphy has done just about everything you can do in the music business: artist, writer, producer, publisher, industry expert, author and all-around sage. After years in Canada and London in the music business trenches, in 1971, Murphy had a number two country hit with Jeannie C.… More: bio, audio, video, and links